Love increases in weight, according to a recent study, which showed changes in the weight of those who fell in love with both sexes. The study showed that the weight gain can reach 15 kg.
According to a study conducted by the OnePoll Center for Market Data Studies and published by Fit Fit for health and nutrition, 75% of the 2000 participants reported that their weight increased during the relationship period. The men in the first year increased eight kilograms and then gradually increased their weight to a total of 15 kg.
Many women have refrained from remembering the fact of their weight, according to that study, compared to men who seemed more open to the subject.
According to Fox News, which published the study, a change in daily routine, an increase in demand for food, cooking at home and drinking together was one of the main causes of this increase.
The other reason was access to what the study described as the "rest period" where the person feels that this period is not interested in the perfection that motivated him to act more carefully, in the sense that each party in this relationship It is no longer necessary. To highlight the best you have to win the other. He did not feel the pressure to seem the best for the couple, with 64% of the participants that was a factor in their weight gain.
However, people between 18 and 24 years reached the comfortable stage of their relationship at a faster pace (just over 10 months) than people aged 45 to 54 who took longer to reach this stage.
It is good that most of the participants in the study achieved success in the later stages of their ability to reduce their weight again, with more than 55% of losing weight after a period.
She said d. Pamela Becky, assistant professor of medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, said: "We know that close relationships affect the health outcomes of people, a clear indication that couples who support each other in a style of healthy living can also benefit from happiness. " He said.
There are long-term negative side effects of weight gain, such as high blood pressure, sleep apnea, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, certain types of cancer and other diseases. But by engaging in healthy habits, couples can prevent these problems and at the same time build a solid foundation for better health.
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